I needed a dog friendly hotel due to a emergency in my flat. This was the best option on short notice and it was great. The room and breakfast were both very nice. The hotel is doing some renovations and I'm sure once complete it will be even nicer. The steam room needs extra cleaning.
WE were a group of 4 visiting Munich for Oktoberfest. This hotel was out of the city centre but the underground station was next to the hotel so had excellent connections. The staff were all very helpful and friendly - apologising for minor delays for a queue at the reception desk. Nothing was too much trouble for them.
The rooms were very comfortable. Only English speaking TV stations were rolling news programs. The bathroom was a shower only - but a spacious walk in shower was great. Whole room was so clean
The hotel bar was remarkably reasonably priced compared with elsewhere. Sports channels in the bar. Wifi works in your room - but requires you to put in your room number and surname every 30 mins which was fair enough
My wife and I stayed one night, for the first day of Oktoberfest. We had no problem finding the hotel (but please note there are TWO Rilano hotels in the city). It is a nice quiet location outside of the main city area, but close to public transport - it took 5-10 mins to get to the city by tram. The public transport in Munich is very good.
The room itself was exceptional, very spacious, with free drinks on arrival and a full complement of extras including tea and coffee service, hair dryer, toiletries etc. The bed was extremely comfortable also.
Breakfast wasn't included, and at €20 pp it seemed a little expensive to us. We ate down the road at a cheaper cafe.
The staff spoke English well, but the young man we checked in with seemed very strange. I assumed he may have had a beverage or two at lunch to celebrate Oktoberfest. No issues but was a little uncomfortable for us.
In summary - great rooms, great service, staff were generally friendly and helpful.
A nice enough hotel when you need a basic and typical hotel with a convenient suburb and quiet environment. The rooms are small but well organized and comfortable. The heating and air is central and quiet with a adjustable height shower that is plenty tall for anyone up to 6'3" without bending. Internet was difficult for me with free allotment of data running out quickly but 5 euro per day for internet after that is not so bad. Breakfast was OK and expensive, and I could not have dinner when the burger was 17 Euro. I went out as this was too much. The attached coffee shop is good and a better choice for budget minded people like me.
This is a very modern and pretty conveniently located facility. Short drive to airport
just a few blocks walk from subway which was 2 stops from the English Gardens one of the main gardens in Munich. There is also parking - not free but reasonably priced.
Traveller from Maryland
With 160 large studios and suites, Munich’s ‘in location’ in Parkstadt Schwabing, designed by star-architect Helmut Jahn …More
Stayed for one night prior to a BMW Museum visit early the next morning. Arrived quite late so not much opportunity to experience the hotel but all was very good. We were a family of four and stayed in a room with a double bed, a single bed and an extra bed that comes from underneath the double bed as a drawer, at the floor level. Great family room!
The room was nice and modern, very clean. There was a desk, a small fridge and a microwave oven, which we did not use.
The breakfast buffet was fine but the area is very small and gets very crowded.
Underground parking was convenient. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
This contemporary five-storey hotel is located in Munich, four kilometres from the city centre.More
Location was good, close to the subway and city center,
Front desk info was poor about the town,
No bell boy gave difficulties
But in gernral if some one wants to be close to city center, i do recomanded.
Traveller from sh
Cozy 3 star hotel with warm atmosphere and nicely furnished rooms. SITUATED IN THE FAMOUS QUARTER - SCHWABING - A RESIDENTIAL …More
Schwabing is Munich's social and nightlife hub. Much of the activity takes place day and night on Leopold Strasse, which has the huge Siegestor. Nightclubs are crammed around Wedekindplatz. The city's most popular beer garden is at the Chinese Tower in the English Garden, while further north is Olympiapark, which was built for the 1972 Olympics.
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